David Lee Bennett

Dallas, Texas

Mar 24, 1959 – May 4, 2013 (Age 54)


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David Lee Bennett, 54, passed away Saturday, May 4, 2013. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday in Biggers Funeral Chapel. Visitation: 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. David was born March 24, 1959, in Dallas and was a 30-year employee of American Airlines. Survivors: Wife, Shellie A. Bennett; children, Misty Beacham and Charles Bennett; brothers, Robert Click, Eddie Hay, Michael Hay and Butch Hay; sisters, Tammy Lambert and Shannon Watson; and many, many friends whom David considered as his brothers and sisters.

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thinking about you today,as I do many days....but mostly thinking about your Shellie, I miss her, I pray every day for her to find peace in her spirit for a whole that will never be filled in her heart. The two of you taught me what real love was. I am doing my best to be there for her in March Dave, I owe you, I owe her. and just because i love you both so much. you are missed so much.

Knew David as a child growing up. Countless hours playing wiffleball in his garage while Nanny cooked Chicken Fried Steak. Great Times. So sorry to hear of his passing.Blessings to his family.

I thought about you today while working in the Infusion Room. Don't know why but just wanted to say to all the family that his memory lingers everywhere. God Bless you all and to David: RIP Peg Alldredge RN USMD Cancer Center

We are all here at the dance. Dave is swirling around all of us. Yesterday was Dave and Shellie's anniversary (I believe today is Shellie's birthday). Thinking a lot about Shellie.
My friend, life just will never be the same again without you in it.

I'm heartsick. He was one of a kind. We met roughly 34 years ago at a place called the Rusty Scupper in Addison. Sauté Dave, I think he went by and I was a bartender sent down from Des Moines IA. Like everyone else, I loved him, too. Condolences to his wife and family.

I learned of Dave's passing just today. We had many fine.adventures together and he gave me so much strength. David was my 3 oldest children's godfather. When he was asked to stand up, he was proudly wearing his ribbon shirt and Mohawk. I was so proud to be his.friend. But what said it all was that he gave my.son a King David medallion and told him " He was a warrior and a poet. " don't forget that. And my son still keeps that close to his heart. Thank you David and I love you.

RIP Dave,been many years since I've seen you.Had no idea you passed til today,I ran into Derry at the store.I'll pray for your family ,may they find peace.Great to have known you brother.

Like many others, I only knew Dave ten days a year. He was always there to help, and he always wore that little grin on his face. What I will always remember is the love he has for Shellie. God has blessed this man and his family. I will miss you.

Dave played a big part in my life many years ago when times were dark. He brought light, love and a gentleness of spirit to help open my mind. I know he lives in the light of absolute love now.